MIAMI (CBSMiami) — More than 150 transportation and warehousing workers at Miami International Airport will lose their jobs in a matter of weeks.

Regional Elite Airlines Service, located at the airport, warned the state of Florida on Tuesday that it will lay off 153 employees.

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Layoff dates for workers at the company—located at 2100 N.W. 42nd Ave.—would be Dec. 4. to Dec. 18.

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According to Wikipiedia, Regional Elite Airline Services had been a subsidiary of Delta Air Lines that serves as a ground handler for regional airlines.

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After losing several contracts, the company informed workers on Aug. 7 that it would cease all operations by the end of the year.